Social Media Uses By Federal Government - Citizen Privacy Concerns and Boston Marathon Terrorist Attacks Discussed at InTTENSITY 2nd Annual Federal Social Media Summit

Social Media Uses by Government: Citizen Privacy Issues and Boston Marathon Attacks Highlighted

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I will address 12 myths that frequently come up in privacy discussions, drawing from the 2012 Symposium at the Stanford Technology Law Review, on first amendment challenges in the digital age.

- Richard Marshall

Catonsville, MD (PRWEB) May 08, 2013

InTTENSITY Corporation announces that it will be hosting its second annual Federal Social Media Summit at the Crystal Gateway Marriott in Arlington, VA on May 22, 2013. This year's summit will focus on the government’s use of social media and Citizen privacy issues like the use of Social Media during the investigation into the Boston Marathon events.

Inttensity is pleased that John Daley, Boston Police Department Deputy Superintendent and CTO, will be on hand to explain how social media was used in the Boston attacks and how it helped catch the suspects. Then hear from Richard Marshall, former NSA legislative liaison and attorney, on the topic of government’s use of social media, what the laws and policies are at present.

“I will address 12 myths that frequently come up in privacy discussions, drawing from the 2012 Symposium at the Stanford Technology Law Review, on first amendment challenges in the digital age.” Richard Marshall, Former NSA Legislative Liaison.

“We learned that to be effective, it is critical to prepare and be familiar with the social media environment before a crisis hits.” John Daley - Boston Police Department.

Inttensity’s 2nd Annual InTTENSITY Federal Social Media Summit promises to take on tough issues facing government organizations that uses social media. We have four hours of jam packed information and speakers for this morning event on May 22nd.

Agenda:

  •     Keynote – Boston Marathon Attack and Social Media’s Role in the Investigation
  •     Broadcast vs. Conversation Panel Discussion - How Social Media is Being Used by the Federal Government
  •     Emergency Preparedness - Utilizing Social Media to Speed Up Response Times
  •     Social Engagement - Analyzing Public Sentiment in the Aggregate
  •     Privacy Rights and Concerns of Citizens
Registration is available through Carahsoft here.

About InTTENSITY:

InTTENSITY, founded in February 2010, is located in the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC) Research Park in Catonsville, Maryland. InTTENSITY is a private software company that is driven to build software and information solutions to contribute to the improvement of our society. InTTENSITY is an SBA designated HUBZone company.